The Vineyard Church
Physical Margin: Scheduling Some Time to Rest
Pastor Steve Huffman, May 18/19, 2019
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  • The Vineyard Church: Jackson Road Campus
    16219 Jackson Rd, Mishawaka, IN 46544, USA
    Saturday 5:30 PM, Sunday 8:30 AM, Sunday 9:50 AM, Sunday 11:30 AM
  • The Vineyard Church: Grape Road Campus
    4601 Grape Rd, Mishawaka, IN 46545, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:15 AM

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Can I keep my current pace forever?
Main Point #1:
Getting rest requires…
Connecting to the right source.
If it’s all about you, you will never be satisfied.
If your rest comes from others, it will be temporary ... you will eventually become a burden.
Am I connected to the right source to get rest?
Main Point #2:
Getting rest requires…
Pausing personal accomplishments.
Receiving a yoke requires…
Being closely tied.
Withdrew, hypochōreō
Hypo: Under
Choreo: To leave space (which may be filled or occupied by another), to make room, give place, yield to have space or room for receiving or holding something
Divert daily and withdraw weekly
Receiving a yoke requires…
Being still.
“A great benefit of Sabbath keeping is that we learn to let God take care of us—not by becoming passive and lazy, but in the freedom of giving up our feeble attempts to be God in our own lives. A major blessing of Sabbath keeping is that it forces us to rely on God for our future. On that day we do nothing to create our own way. We abstain from work, from our incessant need to produce and accomplish, from all the anxieties about how we can be successful in all that we have to do to get ahead. The result is that we can let God be God in our lives.” — Keeping the Sabbath Wholly

Giving at The Vineyard

We don't pass a plate for tithes and offerings here at Vineyard, but we do believe that giving back through our finances is an important way to worship Jesus.